This song, released in 1979, sung by Kenny Rogers, was written by Don Schlitz. The song is about a man meeting another man on a train. The first man is the singer himself, the second one a gambler. The song serves as a warning to all the card players out there. You need to know when to hold’em and when to fold’em. This warning also applies to almost anything, but the song is obviously a.
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More than 30 years after they became the gold standard for country duet magic with their first song together, Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton will take the stage with each other one last time.
FaceBook post by Kenny Rogers from Apr 26, 2013 3 Copy quote He said, Son, I've made a life out of readin' people's faces, and knowin' what their cards were by the way they held their eyes.
Kenny Rogers made a song famous a quite a few years ago called The Gambler. Perhaps you remember it. To my knowledge I've never really gambled in my life. I'm not even a very good card player, but the song is easy to get stuck in your head. Beyond a catchy tune, the song tells a story of a young man learning as he watched a season gambler. While I don't endorse becoming a professional gambler.
This song spawned a franchise, mostly with the 1980 TV movie Kenny Rogers as The Gambler, where Rogers played the seasoned poker player Brady Hawkes, and Bruce Boxleitner starred as his apprentice.It was the highest-rated TV film of the year; Rogers reprised the character in four more made-for-TV movies, the last called Gambler V: Playing for Keeps in 1994.
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But I got to ramble (ramblin' man) Gamble (gamblin' man) Ramble (ramblin' man) I was born a ramblin' gamblin' man Yeah, oh, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, ha, oh bring it on, calm down Yeah alright here we go now now I'm out of money, 'cause you know I need some I ain't around to love you now, and I gotta run Gotta keep moving, never gonna.
And as the nameless companion sits looking out the window in silence, the gambler’s advice repeats in his head (as the chorus repeats in the song) he reaches an epiphany; something about what the gambler said clicks in him, and he understands how he needs to deal with his problem. (“And in his final words I found an ace that I could keep” — the “ace” the gambler hinted the man was.
Man has always been attracted by risk and adventure, and gambling was always there to supply this need, in a physically comfortable setting of course. I mean, you could always go base jumping or backpack around Europe, but it’s always been more convenient to get your cheap thrills out of gambling. Cheap is an understatement, though, since gambling has cost countless people so much. High or.
I gave up gambling 'cause it's such a shame To cheat your friends and neighbors All I want is a Tennessee bottle All I need is an Arkansas bride All I can see is an Ozark mountain sunrise And 500 miles to hide my life, life, life, to hide my life To hide my life I think I'm gonna quit and change my ways Settle down and live an honest day.
With Kenny Rogers. While sitting alone at a cozy saloon poker table, Kenny Rogers, dressed as an Old West gentleman, relates how one night he met on a train a world-weary gambler who gave him a life-changing piece of advice using poker metaphors.mm.
Original key Eb The first few lines are picking then he goes into the strumming. (Verse 1) G C G On a warm summer's evenin' on a train bound for nowhere, C G C D I met up with the gambler; w.
This Kenny Rogers classic, which was written by Don Schlitz, recounts an encounter between the singer and a gambler aboard a train to nowhere. The star of the song has plenty of wisdom to offer.
Kenneth Donald Rogers (born August 21, 1938, in Houston, Texas) is a prolific American country music singer, photographer, producer, songwriter, actor and businessman. Kenny Rogers graduated from Jefferson Davis High School in Houston. Although he has been very successful, charting more than 60 top 40 hit singles across various music genres and.
Kenny Rogers as The Gambler debuted on CBS on April 8, 1980. It was a ratings and critical success that has spawned four sequels. The show won a Best Edited Television Special Eddie Award and garnered two Emmy Award nominations (for cinematography and editing of a limited series). Kenny Rogers stars as Brady Hawkes, the titular gambler, who embarks on a journey to meet Jeremiah (Ronnie.
Kenny Rogers explains the probabilities of life. Written by David Schlitz in 1976 and made famous by Kenny Rogers in 1978, The Gambler is a classic country song about a train, a stranger, and a.
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